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previous d-o-j led investigations. it's also so investigators can get to the scene more quickly than they could in incidents like last months shooting of sylville smith. it was clear to us that one of the causes of the riot in sherman park was we couldnt get in there for two hours. meanwhile, weve got a dead guy and his friends are gradually gathering and gathering, getting angrier and angrier, and we cant move the body. will those agencies be nervous to find mpd at fault because, at some point, mpd might come in and investigate their shootings and find them at fault in retaliation. michael bell led the push that resulted in the law signed in 2014 that requires independent investigations of deadly police incidents. despite his concerns, bell says the change in milwaukee is a step in that direction. theyre doing an ntsb-style go-team of investigation where someones gonna be in place, theres a shooting, they activate everybody. flynn says no system will account for every concern. somebody will say well theyre law enforcement officers, so we bring in the
force with mpd, well lets bring in the california state police! this afternoon, i talked with the west milwaukee police chief whos putting this partnership together. he says the members from the department involved in a shooting will not have an active role in that investigation. he says there will be about 50 members all together - obviously some agencies will have more than one representative. ben thanks aj the woman who rammed a milwaukee county sheriff's squad car -- learns her fate today. 23-year-old "ke-vina freeman" was sentenced to seven years in prison -- after she was convicted as part of a plea deal. back in may -- freeman was pulled over for speeding -- then she tried to take off. her mother and two sheriff's deputies were hurt in the incident. today she was tearful as she
for it to go that far and that was my fault because of a stupid decision i made and i regret that." the judge called her decision reckless and serious and says she needs to be aware of the severity of her actions. a major mess in the mitchell interchange today. it's all because of a crash-- involving a truck carrying 48-thousand pounds of stone. it happened right at the ramp from southbound i-43 to westbound i-894. onto the wall -- spilling it's load. that part of the interstate had to be shut down for a several hours while crews cleaned up the mess. a 36-year-old man has died after being shot multiple times on the city's north side. the shooting happened just before 10 near 37th and concordia. the victim died at the hospital this morning. police say its unclear what led up to the shooting -- and they're still looking for a suspect. a milwaukee firefighter is hurt
city's south side. firefighters were called to a house fire at 36th and burnham early this morning. three people managed to escape the fire on their own unharmed. but a firefighter hurt his knee...and was taken to the hospital. the deputy fire chief says flames were heaviest on the third floor. "the fire was in the attic you know there is some knee wall space up there you know some hidden areas, structural features of that building, it was in some hidden areas and we just had to work to get though them to get at that fire" investigation. the red cross is assisting the three victims. to the weather now. a gloomy day to start the weekend. can we expect things to get any better? weather expert stephanie barichello joins us now...
long-term closure starts tonight in the zoo interchange. the ramp connecting i-41 southbound, to i-94 eastbound, is scheduled to close, completely starting tonight. this closure will last until late spring of 2017. crews will be working on building a new, replacement ramp. the d-o-t says expect delays in the area -- as people will be directed off on side-streets. for information on the best way to get around the closure --- j now dot com. with the presidential election now 39 days away... chelsea clinton campaigned in wisconsin for mom hillary clinton. fox6s madeline anderson was in green bay for the visit -- she joins us with more on chelsea's message to voters. chelsea clinton encouraged folks to register to vote... answering questions about her mothers plans to raise the minimum wage... pass gun safety legislation and eliminate the
inside green bays meyer theatre... chelsea clinton calls this presidential election the most important political race of her lifetime. whoever we elect, will play a profound role in shaping the future that my children and the generation they grow up in. hillary clinton's daughter and now the mom of two herself connected with several other parents in the crowd. plans to make higher education more affordable. we finally have to move to free tuition for community college. it would be great if my daughters got out of college without that stone around their neck of however much debt they may be in for going to school. prior to mondays debate... the latest marquette law school poll showed clinton's lead over opponent donald trump... who campaigned in waukesha wednesday.... narrowing to two percent among wisconsin voters. in response to chelsea's green bay stop... the republican
in part quote 'hillary clinton is struggling... the fact that she not only lied to the american people, but also endangered our national security, has forced her allies to come to a state they thought was a lock." but many in this crowd say they're confident wisconsin will swing in hillary's favor come november. if her presence is better in ohio, florida, in one of those other tipping states, go there, hillary. hillary hasn't been in wisconsin since ap primary here. a campaign spokeswoman says quote "she'll hopefully be in wisconsin very soon." you can watch chelsea clinton visit in its entirety on fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app. just click on the politics tab. clinton's challenger -- donald trump -- making headlines today for something he did while most of us were sleeping. he took to twitter -- to talk about former miss universe-- alicia
she recently spoke out as a clinton supporter. trumps tweeted-- machado was his "worst" miss universe ... calling her a con... and telling people to check out her sex tape. the former miss universe is responding to the tweets -- saying quote - "i will not be bullied or silenced." "these attacks are cheap lies with bad intentions." according to clinton's campaign manager, the democratic nominee called machado today to "thank her for her courage." a cosmetology school -- closing its doors for good. what we're learning about its plan to help students at the greenfield location. plus -- a gas station almost robbed -- again. the search for the two suspects involved in the latest would-be
the second attempted robbery at the store this week. monday -- a man tried robbing the store. he was later caught. new today -- state officials are investigating the abrupt closure of a cosmetology school -- with campuses across the country. the regency beauty institute -- reportedly closing its doors due to low enrollment. we spoke with teachers and students at the greenfield location who say they never saw this coming. students were given specific hours on thursday and friday to pick up their supplies before doo closed for good. many are left wondering where to go from here it's scary i'll get through it i'll land on my feet..but i can't help worrying about my students a lot of them this is all they had this is all the direction they had." according to the institutes' website -- a number of accredited cosmetology schools are reaching out to help students complete their education. pending an agreement, a list of potential schools for students
monday. rain to start the weekend -- things will get better though. stephanie barichello will be in next with her forecast. plus. it'll be an unforgettable weekend in cedarburg. the special honor -- given to two high school students. school students. ? ? school students. they shelter us from the storm. they teach us that beauty grows with age. they give us the air we breathe. we never thought possible. the nature of trees reminds us that there are bigger things in life than us. a lesson best learned in
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who will be crowned homecoming king and queen - and who will be on the court standing next to them. more often that not its a big surprise -- and this year at cedarburg high school....for two junior students it was a surprise only to them. fox six's julie collins shows us their classmates' plan to make them feel like royalty. hang out with chad and angela for 1 minute and its easy to see their a class light and spirit of cedarburg high school.' both are junior students at chs - both have down syndrome - for their classmates to see them in the halls is nothing short of exciting. 'its just this great exchange of pure joy.' so when it came time to nominate students to represent the junior class on homecoming court chad and angelas best buddy had a plan. 'theyre always the ones who are cheering the loudest so they deserve nothing less than to be
co week campaigning for the cause. 'throughout the week i told everyone hey vote for these guys, they rock & spread the word.' school officials say their goal has always been to encourage the student body to embrace chad and angela not as students with down syndrome but simply as classmates. 'were all the same and we all have great traits and great gifts that we can give to the world.' it worked! ?during the 2016 homecoming pep rally the anticipation built - 'your junior representative is him - the two draped in royalty -- 'oh, ive got to tell my mom & dad about it.'a win not only for them but a celebration of acceptance for all. reporting in cedarbueg, julie collins. fox 6 news. the two were honored again during the homecoming parade from the fairgrounds to the highschool. the cedarburg
warhawks tonight. cedarburg's homecoming dance is tomorrow night. adlib to weather rain chances continue tonight into saturday, before the low finally starts dry sunday, but the chance for an isolated shower still remains. by monday, temperatures will start to warm back to the upper 60s, and we should see the 70s again by the middle of next week. tonight: showers likely. low: 55 dewpoint: 56
high: 62 dewpoint: 55 wind: ne 5-15 mph sunday: mostly cloudy with an isolated shower possible. am low: 54 high: 65 dewpoint: 54 wind: n 5-10 mph monday: partly sunny. am low: 52 high: 67 5-10 mph tuesday: mostly sunny. am low: 53 high: 70 dewpoint: 54 wind: se 5-10 mph wednesday: mostly sunny during the day, with a chance of rain arriving late. am low: 56 high: 71 dewpoint: 55
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4-0 lead. however, the afternoon 4 ball rounds went much differently. for the americans to win the cup they'll have to get 14 1/2 points when the tournament ends on sunday. tomorrow it's yet another trip to michigan to face another undefeated team ranked in the top 10 for the badgers. they'll be in ann arbor facing number 4 michigan and they'll be short handed as vince biegel and rafael gaglionone are out. even with those guys being unable to play, head coach paul chryst is optimistic. opportunity. each weekend there's a lot of things that are the same but then each weekend presents new challenges, new opportunities. so, looking forward to that." the weather is exactly what football players love and so does our tom pipines as he's getting ready for the high school blitz game of the week. brookfield acadmey travels to university school and that's
>> today on "tmz" -- harvey: i cannot believe this, that john cena says he would do the kelly ripa show! >> i love to do that stuff.
i don't mind wearing a suit. >> there's something captivating about john cena. >> he looks really dumb but he's smart and charming. harvey: why do you say he looks dumb? >> the smartest minds are usually not buff dudes. stephen hawkings, not a buff dude. >> kim kardashian has officially been injected into the presidential conversation. hillary clinton just tweeted -- trump insulted kim kardashian for her weight when she was pregnant, pathetic. >> she's making reference to the
>> in his defense, we all called her -- we called her burrito foot here. [laughter] >> we got l.a. reid. we ask him about the fifth harmony girl who was attacked. >> she's very hot. she's very famous. that's why. >> why her? she's the least famous one. harvey: can i ask you, how many girls are in fifth harmony? >> five! [laughter] >> so tyga, another repo situation for him. this time it's a little tricky for his mama. harvey: tyga calls you up and says raquel, i'm going to give yo take a lease out on. would you take that car? >> it's in his name. i'm going to whip that bad boy around. harvey: guess what's going to happen to that bad boy? >> by that time i'm going to have 100 hoes and i will be on top of it. [laughter] >> what's up, how are you doing? announcer: that's wwe superstar john cena in new york. he can wrestle. he can act -- ish. but can he possibly become the new co-host of "live with